- Trevor Gumbi's son is turning a whopping 14 years old on Monday, 14 December
- Trevor Gumbi took to Instagram and penned a sweet birthday message for his son
- The stand-up comedian's fans and friends also wished his son a happy 14th birthday and best wishes for the rest of his teen years
Trevor Gumbi has taken to social media to wish his son a happy birthday. In a sweet Instagram post, the stand-up comedian shared that his son is turned on Monday, 14 December.
The excited father shared how his bundle of joy keeps making him proud. He also told his fans on the photo-sharing app how much he loves his son. The actor posted snaps of his child while he was holidaying overseas. Trevor captioned his post:
"Happiest of birthdays to my son. A whole 14 years old today and you keep making me proud every day. I love you."
Trevor's followers and friends also took to his comment section to help him with his son a happy birthday. Check out some of their comments below:
"Happy birthday to the young man! Ukhulusile sbali."
"Hep! and blessed befdei Boyza Boyza. May the good Lord continue to bless him, loved ones and beyond."
"I feel like I was wiping food off his face the other day. I mean I feel like he just started school!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu has announced that the video for his smash hit titled Imali Eningi has reached two million views on YouTube. The rapper only uploaded the video two weeks ago.
The musician features Riky Rick and Intaba Yase Dubai on the viral song. The track has been playing across all corners of Mzansi since December began. Radio and TV stations are also bumping the dope tune. It is also doing very well on music streaming platforms.
Big Zulu took to Twitter on Thursday, 10 December to show gratitude to his fans for watching the video on YouTube and also making the song big in Mzansi. Even other Mzansi artists have showed love to the song. Most people believe that Imali Eningi is 2020's song of the year.
Big Zulu's fans took to his comment section to share that they're still going to watch the song's music video on the video -sharing platform.
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